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Table 1:

Photometric data for BK Peg and the comparison stars.

Object
Sp. Type Ref. V $\sigma$ b-y $\sigma$ m1 $\sigma$ c1 $\sigma$ N(uvby) $\beta$ $\sigma$ N($\beta$)
BK Peg F8a C10 9.982 7 0.362 6 0.143 12 0.456 12 176 2.639 7 9
    C10 10.463 4 0.369 7 0.136 11 0.477 4 6      
HD 222249 F5 IVb C10 7.146 6 0.309 4 0.177 8 0.503 8 118 2.645 3 8
    O83 7.139 5 0.317 3 0.158 4 0.503 4 1      
    O94 7.151 9 0.317 3 0.161 3 0.507 2 3 2.645 8 3
    P69 7.010   0.303   0.190   0.487   2      
HD 222391 G0 IIIc C10 7.566 6 0.362 6 0.185 11 0.424 8 134 2.617 4 8
    O83 7.559 5 0.371 3 0.170 4 0.420 5 1      
    O94     0.372 3 0.167 4 0.427 6 1 2.620 6 2
HD 223323 F2 IV-Vd C10 7.084 6 0.290 5 0.138 10 0.414 9 189 2.636 7 13
    J96 7.076 4 0.302 1 0.123 1 0.407 1 9 2.640    
    J96 7.094 2 0.300 0 0.128 5 0.409 4 2      
    J96 7.089 1 0.299 0 0.120 0 0.406 1 2      
    O83 7.080 6 0.296 5 0.124 5 0.412 4 4 2.643 5 4

References. (a) Popper (1983) (b) Harlan & Taylor (1970); (c) Heard (1956); (d) Harlan (1969).

Notes. C10 = This paper. J96 = Jordi et al. (1996). O83 = Olsen (1983). O94 = Olsen (1994). P69 = Perry (1969). For BK Peg, the $uvby\beta$ information by C10 is the mean value outside eclipses (first line) and during the central part of secondary eclipse (second line), where 98% (y) of the light of the secondary component is eclipsed. N is the total number of observations used to form the mean values, and $\sigma$is the rms error (per observation) in mmag.


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